Are You Part of the Lunch Revolution? It’s Happening. Right Now.

Are you part of the Lunch Revolution happening right now?

If not, read on because your children need you to be!

What exactly is this lunch revolution? Find out and join us. Thousands already have. —Laura

My mission is to help parents make fresh school lunches.
No matter the number of kids, how old, and how picky.
If you are willing to give it a try, I will help you.

Our children are our future.
It’s our responsibility to take care of them.
Today, tomorrow, and every day after that.

Being too busy,
Not having enough time,
And not knowing what to pack,
Are excuses I don’t want to hear.

It’s time to roll up our sleeves,
To take 10 minutes each day and pack their lunch.
Letting someone else do our job is unacceptable.

The government, schools, and administrators,
Make decisions for us behind a desk.
They are never encouraging,
They are not listening.
They don’t tap you on your shoulder and say:

“I just don’t know how.”
Don’t worry.
I’ve been there, I say.

My mission is clear:
I help parents pack fresh school lunches.

You are no longer alone,
Staring into your refrigerator,
Wondering what to pack for lunch.

There are THOUSANDS of parents like us.
Parents who want to do better.
They just don’t know how.

It all starts with a plan.
It’s easy.
It’s simple.
It’s a guide to help you,
Take charge.

Our children deserve better.
Unhealthy, prepackaged, and mystery food,
Should not be fed to them.

Know this:
We are never going to get rid of the problem,
Unless we take a stand for our children.
It’s time to make our own decisions,
And be the example we want our kids to become.

Our plans are working for many.
Will you join our lunch revolution?

I will not stop.
I will not go away.
I am here to stay.

I do this for my children. 
And those I yet don’t know.

MOMables exists because of them.
Their needs are simple and unmet.

Let us restore the love for fresh food,
Wholesome, real, and homemade.

School lunches that are nutritious.
Food our children will love.
Meals meant to nourish and help them grow.

Of course they’ll love it.
You made the lunch,
With intention and LOVE.

Thank you for an amazing first year.
For being supportive on this blog, at MOMables, on Facebook, and on Twitter.

With courage and love,

Laura Fuentes
CEO & Chief MOM


  1. says

    I just wanted to leave you a note and let you know how much you have changed lunch for my kids. I am a mom of 7 and I admit that until this year, my kids have taken mostly processed foods for lunch. They always came home hungry and usually threw away most of whatever pb&j sandwich they took. It was kind of embarrassing. While the kids haven’t loved everything we have tried, it has made a difference. They have admitted that they are full after lunch and they are loving the different and new ideas every week. It has been a grand experiment and one I intend to continue. I too use “some” processed food still, but it’s soooo much better than it was! Thank you for your site and dedication. I am definitely IN!

    • says

      Thank you so much for your kind words Stacey! I’m so glad to have you on board! Eating healthy as a family isn’t something that is done overnight and I applaud your commitment to trying new things with your family. Things aren’t as “busy” with one or two kids but when you have 7! oh boy! I am in awe of you and your dedication. Thank you for continuing to make an effort and being a part of our community. hugs, Laura

  2. says

    I’m trying to be! Admittedly I use some processed items, but I do love your site and am excited to be working at meals for my daughter this year. :)

  3. Cassie Webster says

    I am IN! Woohoo! I am so happy that everyone is focusing more on keeping our children healthy by eating better foods this year! I am so glad you and others are helping this Mom to 4 achieve just that! Thank you from my whole heart. :)

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